A Recently Obtained Collection of Original Porsche Factory Posters
This Year marks the both Anniversary of the Porsche Brand and l’art et l’automobile has decided to get in on the celebration. We have recently acquired a massive collection of over 100 Original Porsche Factory Posters, dating from the 1970's to the 90's.
Since 1951, after one of their first racing victories, the Porsche factory produced a poster as a way of publicizing their wins to their clients. These posters were distributed at Porsche Dealerships to display in the showroom. There was no plan on publishing more, but that changed quickly as Porsche kept winning. Below is a collection accumulated by a fervent Porsche collector and historian. It is now time to pass this collection on to you. Below is a link to the collection, which we happily invite you to tour at your leisure, and maybe you’ll find a piece the you simply must add to your collection.
Tour the Collection Here. Also be sure to check out our Informational Blog, featuring a very Informative article by the Porsche Factory Newsroom, detailing all the celebrations and new releases Porsche will unveil this year as part of their 70th Anniversary.
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